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Poster: HappySwordsman Date: Mar 20, 2010 3:33am
Forum: web Subject: A question about a chances of the Internet Archive finding a page

Yes, I've read the FAQ. What I want to know is, I have a userpage which was archived a few times in the past because I submitted it back when the Internet Archive allowed that to be done. However, now that they have removed that function, I want to know the chances of this page being archived. There are, just as a guess, about 300 to 400 pages that link to my page, however, they are all on the same website as my page. On the other hand, the website is archived very often by the Wayback Machine, and some of the links are on often-archived pages. On the other hand, though they are non spam or link farms, these pages also have many other links of them (as do many pages these days).

My page is just a record of my taste in music, it's nothing special, but I'd like to see it archived at least once a year (it changes seemingly all the time). But can the Archive even know it exists now that the "archive-that!" function is gone?

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Poster: chocalate Date: May 7, 2010 5:56pm
Forum: web Subject: Re: A question about a chances of the Internet Archive finding a page

i need to know i havethree of Captain Marryat books,from 1841/1847/1836.how would i talk to someone about them